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Window cleaning wonder

Meet the award-winning Aqua-dapter™ - the product taking the Working at Height industry by storm.

Since their introduction to the industry, water fed poles have been hugely successful. It’s a rare sight now to see a window cleaner using ‘shank’s pony’ with his ladders over his shoulder.

These days you're more likely to see a smart vehicle, carrying purified water and a cleaner with a pole system, finishing properties in a fraction of the time taken before. However, water fed poles users have always looked for ways to eliminate water wastage.

Running out of water was never really a problem for traditional window cleaners, but conserving water can reduce costs and increase profitability for users. Saving water reduces metering and water treatment costs. Journeys to fill up with water can be minimised can save fuel and time. Most importantly, saving water allows you to do more jobs during the day, and so earn more money.

What problems exist with

current flow control methods? 1. Folding the hose means keeping one hand on the hose, or leaving water running while extending/collapsing the pole.

2. Triggers mean having one hand in the same place while cleaning, plus a loop of hose which can snag, twist - making it difficult to extend a telescopic pole. This could also become a trip hazard.

3. Remote controls need batteries and have limited range. Flow control may not be instant.

4. A tap attached to the pole means a loop of

hose. If not attached, you need to spend time finding the tap along the length of hose.

How to solve these problems

and still save water? Simple! Use the new, innovative, and award winning Aqua-dapter™. It’s an on/off flow controller, specifically designed to overcome flow control problems. Developed by a UK window cleaner, it’s strong, light, and manufactured to high standards using premium-quality materials.

Is it easy to fit? Yes, an Aqua-dapter™ can be fitted to the top of your water fed pole, between the pole and brush, in around 5 minutes. No modifications are needed.

Is it easy to use? Yes, simply pull on the hose at the bottom of the pole to switch the flow on or off.

Will it slow me down? No. Controlling the flow is instant. The operation is so fast you can even switch the water off between windows or while wiping sills. Turn the tap by hand for ground floor windows. By reducing water wastage, you can increase your flow rate, and so work faster.

Does Aqua-dapter™ live up to

the hype? At The Cleaning Show 2011, Aqua-dapter won both the Window Cleaning Product/Service, and the overall Innovation Award, chosen by a panel of industry experts, from 97 entries in 12 categories!

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Comments from Aqua-dapter™ customers:

“Got fed up with replacing taps/stop valves that broke on a regular basis. I now have three Aqua-dapters, and they are saving me around 60 litres of water per day - money in the bank. Wouldn’t be without one now.”

“I can’t recommend the Aqua-dapter™ highly enough. The time saving and ease of use is amazing. I can now clean 4-5 more houses (average semi) with the same amount of water. Cleaning is quicker too, as I now have a high flow rate with fan jets.”

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Special offer!

Why not try one yourself? Aqua-dapter™ are so sure you will be delighted with it that they offer a full refund if you aren’t! There's a special discount for Tomorrows Cleaning readers to the end of April: £5 off using the discount code: TCFIVE.

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